10% Off For New Clients

10% Off For New Clients

10% off for New Patients

Thanks for choosing us. If you’re a new patient or customer or have a 10% coupon from us, you can save 10% off any eyewear package or contact lenses purchase.

How?

Step 1: Subscribe to our e-mail list to download coupon to your mobile device or computer by clicking on the “Get Coupon Now” button at the top. A full page pop up should show to subscribe. Refresh and clear cookies and cache if pop does not show. Once full name and e-mail is entered, press submit. Your browser will automatically download coupon directly on your device. Print it if you would like.

Step 2: Visit any of our locations. Show us the printed coupon or on your mobile device.

Step 3: We will honour 10% off your first complete eyewear or 6 month supply or more of contact lenses purchase with us.

Please note: Discount is applicable for any new customer’s first order of complete prescription eyewear (frame and prescription lenses) or contact lenses. Only one promo can be used during purchase. If purchasing multiple pairs, take advantage of our Buy One Get One 20% off promo. See in store for full details.

Buy One Get One 20% Off!

Buy One Get One 20% Off!

Buy One Get One 20% Off!

Buy one complete eyeglasses, frame and lenses with anti-glare coating and get the second pair (frame and lenses) 20% off. All pair of lenses must have anti-glare coating. Get a third pair or multiple pairs and receive 25% off. Complete eyewear packages starting at $145. Please visit a KODAK Lens Vision Centre for more details.

Please note: Only one promo can be used during purchase. If purchasing multiple pairs, take advantage of this promo. See in store for full details.

Help Us Fulfill a Local Need by Voting Today!

Help Us Fulfill a Local Need by Voting Today!

Kodak Lens Toronto Eyecare is proud to support our neighbours in the downtown Toronto region.

Milestone Gifts for Mental Health

from CAMH

Support Recovery Journeys with CAMH! Every day is a chance for new beginnings and personal achievements, yet it’s also important to recognize the mental health challenges that many face. CAMH is committed to uplifting the Toronto community by honoring each milestone in a patient’s path to recovery. With special recognition gifts, they celebrate these significant moments, contributing to enhanced mental health and well-being. Join us in applauding our neighbors’ progress and supporting these impactful milestone gifts!

 

Protecting Local Water Sources

from Swim Drink Fish

Water…it’s the essence of life, right? And it’s up to us to take care of it, ‘cuz it’s all we got. Swim Drink Fish advocates for protecting and restoring local waters, including teaching communities how to monitor water health. The fine folks at our local Toronto centre are in need of a few vital tools to carry on this amazing mission, including materials for water testing. Let’s come together and help keep our water swimmable, drinkable, and fishable for generations to come!

 

Ramping Up Inclusion in Toronto

from StopGap Foundation

Imagine navigating your day, one step at a time. Now, think about those who face additional hurdles – like stairs – that most of us take for granted. Enter StopGap Foundation, dedicated to transforming Toronto into an inclusive haven for all. Among their impactful projects, they’re crafting ramps for local businesses, ensuring those using mobility aids can access these spaces. Right now, they’re seeking essential building materials such as wood and nails to continue this mission. Join us in reshaping our community, removing barriers, and building a more inclusive Toronto together!

 

Why am I seeing this?

Because you’re a part of the Kodak Lens family of customers or fans! We want you to have a say in where our charitable contribution is allocated.

How do you pick the needs?

We partner with Troop, a social enterprise in Toronto to select the local needs we share with you. Troop is on a mission to build communities where basic needs don’t go unmet and we’re joining the mission.

Can I share a need for a local charity?

Yes! If you work with a charity or non-profit and you think they would benefit from sharing their needs with local businesses and customers, you can email the Troop team here: [email protected].

 

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Introducing ACUVUE® Abiliti™ Contact Lenses

Introducing ACUVUE® Abiliti™ Contact Lenses

Introducing ACUVUE® Abiliti™ Contact Lenses

    Let’s talk about Myopia. What is it?

    Myopia is a chronic, progressive disease, in which the eye grows too long. 1-3 We used to think of myopia as just nearsightedness, but we now know it’s so much more, and can lead to blindness later in life because of the abnormal eye growth.

    Myopia is an increasing epidemic found all around the world. In fact, by 2050, 50% of the world’s population will have myopia. Risk factors for developing myopia may be spending less time outdoors, increase in near work (reading, screen time), and parents who have myopia.

    Watch the video below to understand Myopia and its impact

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    What are the risks of Myopia?

    Short Term: In the short term, myopia means patients struggle to see far away without vision correction. This can lead to poor performance in school and less enjoyment playing sports or other activities.

    Long Term: Myopia can lead to sight-threatening complications as the patient gets older. These risks include:

    Rx Changes Matter

    There is no safe level of myopia. For example, every additional diopter of myopia increases the risk of Myopic Macular Degeneration, a sight-threatening eye disease, by 67%. This means that every prescription change matters.

    Talk to an Eye Doctor

    Normal vision correction glasses will help you see, but they will not help slow the progression of myopia. Talk to your doctor about specialized treatment options for myopia management. There are also lifestyle changes that can help:

    The Solution: Abiliti 1-Day or Overnight Soft Therapeutic Contact Lenses for Myopia Management

    Breakthrough innovation designed for slowing the progression of myopia in children.

    Proven Efficacy

    • Specifically designed for slowing the progression of myopia in children1 and shown to reduce axial elongation by 0.105mm, in as little as 6 months.

    RingBoost Technology

    • Breakthrough RingBoost™ technology, a specialized optical design where light which passes through the outer treatment zone is focused in front of the retina but o the line of sight in a ring around the axis.

    Pediatric Eye-Inspired Design

    • Made from the same silicone hydrogel material (senofilcon A) as ACUVUE® OASYS 1-Day, which has never been beaten in comfort.
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    REFERENCES 1. Flitcroft DI. The complex interactions of retinal, optical and environmental factors in myopia aetiology. Prog Retin Eye Res. 2012;31(6):622-660. 2. Donovan L, Sankaridurg P, Ho A et al Myopia progression rates in urban children wearing single-vision spectacles. OVS 2012;89(1):27-32. 3. Pärssinen O, Kauppinen M. Risk factors for high myopia: a 22-year follow-up study from childhood to adulthood. Acta Ophthalmologica. 2019;97(5):510-518. 4. Holden BA, Fricke TR, Wilson DA, et al. Global Prevalence of Myopia and High Myopia and Temporal Trends from 2000 through 2050. Ophthalmology 2016;123:1036-42. 5. Wu PC, Chen CT, Chang LC, Niu YZ, Chen ML, Liao LL, Rose K, Morgan IG. Increased Time Outdoors Is Followed by Reversal of the Long-Term Trend to Reduced Visual Acuity in Taiwan Primary School Students. Ophthalmology. 2020 Nov;127(11):1462-1469. doi: 10.1016/j.ophtha.2020.01.054. 6. Huang HM, Chang DS, Wu PC. The Association between Near Work Activities and Myopia in Children-A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. PLoS One. 2015 Oct 20;10(10):e0140419. 7. Tedja MS, Haarman AEG, Mees ter-Smoor MA, Kaprio J, Mackey DA, Guggenheim JA, Hammond CJ, Verhoeven VJM, Klaver CCW; CREAM Consortium. IMI – Myopia Genetics Report. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2019 Feb 28;60(3):M89-M105. 8. World Health Organization The impact of Myopia and High Myopia – Report of the Joint World Health Organization -Brien Holden Vision Institute Global Scientifi c Meeting 9. Haarman AEG, Enthoven CA, Willem Tideman JL, Tedja MS, Verhoeven VJM, Klaver CCW. The complications of myopia: A review and meta analysis. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 2020;61(4):49-49. 10. Bullimore MA, Brennan NA. Myopia-control: Why Each Diopter Matters. Optom Vis Sci 2019;96:463-5. 11. Wu PC, Chen CT, Lin KK, et al. Myopia Prevention and Outdoor Light Intensity in a School-Based Cluster Randomized Trial. Ophthalmology. 2018;125(8):1239-1250. 12. He M, Xiang F, Zeng Y, et al. E ect of time spent outdoors at school on the development of myopia among children in China a randomized clinical trial. JAMA—Journal of the American Medical Association. 2015;314(11):1142-1148.

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    Help Us Fulfill a Local Need by Voting Today!

    Our Social Impact Commitment

    Social Impact Kodak Lens Vision Centres

    Social Impact at Kodak Lens Vision Centres

    Community engagement has always been an important part of what we do. We want to share with you our social impact initiative at Kodak Lens Vision Centres and ask for your help in fulfilling a local need. This year and in the future, we want to do even more to support the communities where we operate and we want to give YOU the opportunity to tell us how!

    Our commitment is to engage with our team, customers and fans each month from March to August and tell you about a few needs in a local community where we operate. All we ask is for you to click, read about each of the needs, and then cast your VOTE for where our charitable contribution of $1000 will be allocated. The vote will close on the 15th of each month and we’ll reach out shortly after that to let you know which need was fulfilled. Please see below our past contributions. Together, we can make a difference and help everyone See The Colours of Life!

    Total Donations so far: $8,000

    February’s Social Impact:

    Need: Neighbours struggling with mental health
    Neighbourhood: Toronto
    Date: Febraury 2024

    Dear Kodak Lens Toronto Eyecare,

    Huge thank you to the Kodak Lens Toronto Eyecare team for your generous gift! I filmed a quick message for you to express our gratitude. Many thanks!

    Yours truly,

    Quinn Kirby, Program Manager Gifts of Light

    CAMH

     

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    August’s Social Impact:

    Need: Supporting Nutricious Meals for Neighbours
    Neighbourhood: Mississauga
    Date: August 2023

    Dear Kodak Lens Woodbine Eyecare team,

    On behalf of the youth and families, I personally want to thank Kodak Lens Eyecare for their generous donation. Lots of our families are facing hard times. With this kind donation, you have put a big smile on the youth and families faces. Thank you again for bringing a smile to our families!

    Your’s Truly,

    Bindi Sathivelu, Program Manager

    BGC Peel

     

    July’s Social Impact:

    Need: Supporting Breast Cancer Patients’ Nutritional Needs
    Neighbourhood: Scarborough
    Date: July 2023

    Dear Kodak Lens Parkway Eyecare team,

    We are a national charity with the mission to reduce the financial burden of breast cancer patients during the time they are in treatment. I want to thank the Kodak Lens Parkway Eyecare employees who made such a generous donation to us. You’ve enabled us to provide grocery gift card for breast cancer patients who are facing a financial crisis during the time they are in treatment. Your support is very appreciated, so thank you very much!

    Your’s Truly,

    Donna Sheehan Executive Director, Founder, breast cancer survivor

    Breast Cancer Support Fund

     

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    June’s Social Impact:

    Need: Food Support for Survivors
    Neighbourhood: Mississauga/Etobicoke
    Date: June 2023

    Dear Kodak Lens Cloverdale Eyecare team,

    We at Armagh House would like to express our gratitude to the team at Kodak Lens Cloverdale Eyecare for the generous donation of gift cards to our families at Armagh. Women and children access the supportive housing program at Armagh after fleeing violence. During their 2 year stay, women and children are provided access to Armagh’s resources including case management, skills-building programs and workshops, art therapy, psychotherapy, and more. By the end of their stay, women have often entered the workforce, completed their education, improved on their financial literacy, and began their healing journeys to build and live lives free from violence for themselves and their children. The families who access Armagh’s services are typically financially vulnerable, and as such, donations in the way of gift cards and other monetary support have a truly positive and significant impact on the lives of our families. It gifts moms the autonomy to purchase their culturally specific grocery needs, or treat their children to a fun summer activity; a privilege they do not usually have access to. Armagh would like to recognize the support from your team and again thank you kindly for your generosity.

    Your’s Truly.

    Samiya Kebir, Program Supervisor

    Armagh House

     

    May’s Social Impact:

    Need: Slippers for Women and Children
    Neighbourhood: Durham/Ajax
    Date: May 2023

    Dear Kodak Lens Harwood Eyecare team,

    We are thrilled to extend our deepest appreciation and gratitude to Kodak Lens Vision Centres and Kodak Lens Harwood Eyecare for their incredibly generous donation of 96 cozy slippers for adults and 24 adorable slippers for children to our shelter. Your act of kindness has brought warmth and comfort to the lives of women and children who have faced gender-based violence and abuse. Your thoughtful contribution has not only provided physical comfort but also served as a reminder that they are cared for and valued.

    Your’s Truly.

    Heila P., Outreach Services Manager

    Bethesda House

     

    April’s Social Impact:

    Need: Tech for a Single Mom
    Neighbourhood: North York
    Date: Apr 2023

    Dear Kodak Lens Centerpoint Eyecare team,

    Thank you so much for the laptop. My kids now have the opportunity to go on Google classroom, use learning websites like raz kids, and prodigy. They are very happy 😊. Thank you so much!

    Your’s Truly.

    Mom

    Lumenus Community Services
    Reboot Canada

     

    March’s Social Impact:

    Need: Diaper Duty
    Neighbourhood: Toronto
    Date: Mar 2023

    Dear Kodak Lens Toronto Eyecare team,

    Many of the families we help are struggling to make ends meet right now. Your donation of diapers will help a few of these families get by for another few days without worry. Your donation and kindness is extra special to us and a huge help to the families we support throughout the year. We can’t say it enough, THANK YOU for your generosity!

    Your’s Truly.

    Neide M., Program Coordinator
    Birth Mark

    Why am I seeing this?

    Because you’re a part of the Kodak Lens family of customers or fans! We want you to have a say in where our charitable contribution is allocated.

    How do you pick the needs?

    We partner with Troop, a social enterprise in Toronto to select the local needs we share with you. Troop is on a mission to build communities where basic needs don’t go unmet and we’re joining the mission.

    Can I share a need for a local charity?

    Yes! If you work with a charity or non-profit and you think they would benefit from sharing their needs with local businesses and customers, you can email the Troop team here: [email protected].

     

    Other Community Initiatives:

    Why sponsor Team Canada U24 Ultimate

    For a long time, Dr. Linda Tse has been making sure Reve Chan, U24 mixed athlete, and her family’s eyes are healthy and have excellent vision. Reve and her mom reached out to Dr. Linda Tse for support to aid Reve’s journey to compete at the WFDF 2019 World Under-24 Ultimate Championships. Instead of a personal donation, Dr. Linda Tse and her son, Taylor who is also an avid ultimate player and manager at Kodak Lens Vision Centres decided to sponsor Team Canada U24. As an ultimate player, and eye care professional, Taylor understands the importance of vision on the field and would like to support Team Canada U24 Ultimate to further spread the message of taking care of your gift of sight. With Taylor’s ultimate background and experience sponsoring other Ultimate programs (Toronto Rush, AUDL ultimate frisbee team) through the eyeTrust Network in 2015 and knowing some players on Team Canada, we feel it was right to support this community. Together, we can make a difference by providing Ultimate players, friends and their families visual solutions to ensure they’re seeing the best for success.